President Obama has issued a call for the open exchange of cyber threat information. John Dodge at Enterprise CIO Forum leads a related discussion.
John Dodge thinks businesses should pay close attention to Windows 10 and offers 5 reasons enterprises should consider an upgrade.
Another attempt to make employees more productive or another invasion of workplace privacy?
John Dodge exposes the myth that enterprises must let employees bring any app to work.
Tablets, to no one’s surprise, will outpace portable PC sales this year, according to IDC’s Worldwide Tablet Tracker. Indeed, the trend came alive for me last week when I swore never to bring a portable PC to a conference again.
The latest story by CIO blogger Tom Kaneshige is based on Gartner’s prediction that BYOD will mandatory by 2017.
How what the Air Force does applies to cyber security.
Latest poll question: Who is the biggest threat to the CIO?
To be successful, telecommuting programs need clear rules, goals and structure in order to work well in practice.
Whenever IT technology enters the discussion, it must now be framed in the context of driving the business strategy.
There was a day when a ski pass was nothing more than a ticket to ride.
Verizon Wireless has permeated my life with the relentlessness and negative energy of a repo man.
Remember when IDC and other large research firms tracked PC shipments. Well, they still do…
Nucleus Research is going out on a limb and saying BYOD will go away as an important issue in 2013…when everyone else is saying the opposite.
In a wide-ranging interview, General Electric Intelligent Platforms (GEIP) CIO and “Lean Leader” Vince Campisi describes what life is like in a huge industrial giant like GE.
My accountant the other day said she’s in the market for a new PC and asked if she and her family should upgrade to Windows 8. Having covered PC technology for many years, she thought I might have some insight into into the new operating system.
That’s according to a survey of 100 IT managers, 48% of whom said they plan to standardize on Microsoft OSes…
What if enterprise IT gave users a stipend to buy their own hardware and software?
The IT infrastructure is set for disruption…
Is the long-talked about digital wallet about to finally happen? If Starbucks has its way, it is.
CIOs, gigabytes of free cloud space is what you are up against.
What did we learn from the Orbitz revelation that Mac users spend an average $20 more a night on hotel stays than PC users? Well, a lot we already knew.
A transformation CIO gives her take on the two most business-essential information technologies that will drive the IT world in the coming years.
I’ve done an about face on e-mail now that messaging has infiltrated many apps now. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge sees messaging where and when you need it that bests suits the purpose.
“Can I turn on my coffee pot with my computer?” Survey of CIOs reveals the most absurd help desk questions.
As Apple basked in its off-the-charts quarterly results, some interesting discussions about converging PCs and tablets cropped up.
A new survey shows that very few of the Top CIOs connect through social media.
A new study reported in the MIT Sloan Management Review just found that IT investments return more to the bottom line than both advertsing and R&D.
Cloud computing is being discussed all over the place and seems the answer to everything…
Verizon Wireless bandwidth and data limitations are punitive and consumer unfriendly.
The heated debate about the future of the PC rages on. Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis weighs in…
Time to figure out a way to make Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – really work…
Organizations need to consider their strategy for supporting mobile devices.
4G remains 16-18 miles from my home. So I tested it a couple of times as I neared 4G territory closer to Boston… Continue Reading
SOPA has gotten everyone’s attention, including that of CIOs.
“Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)” in the enterprise is sweeping the nation.
Spring cleaning is a necessary evil around our house given that both myself and the CFO (my wife) are hoarders. More so this year.
Social media, online marketing guru and former colleague of mine Paul Gillin wailed recently on CIOs who have not picked up the social media gauntlet.
Well, the top 10 predictions are flowing fast as free as we approach 2012. I could do my own and maybe I will, but at a certain point, there’s not much unique wisdom to impart. And poking fun at those of others is more fun. Here’s some intriguing ones in no particular order:
I keep hearing about how everyone is watching video on their smart phones. Then I try to do it and the experience is, well, awful most of the time. Particularly lately.
Do you sometimes find your IT teams looking for opportunities to implement new technology?
So the question is, does VDI substantially improve operational costs?
A recent Gartner report presented the results of an effort to measure the perceived level of satisfaction customers had with the “innovation” being provided by their IT outsourcing vendors.
Two blue screens of death (BSOD) in as many weeks: Yikes, is it my under a year old HP Desktop? Windows 7? Some of my apps?
Jobs was brilliant, tyrannical, funny, driven and many other things that typify game-changers. He will be endlessly eulogized over coming days and weeks and written about for years and decades. What I can uniquely offer are a few encounters I had with Jobs and the perspective of someone who has covered computers and IT since January, 1980.
In Wounded Prophet , a biography of Henri Nouwen, the author quotes a friend of the late Catholic Priest and prolific writer on spiritual matters who said, “I don’t believe that Henri ever had an unpublished thought.”
Email is on the way out, right? Wrong, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge. He explains why social media and e-mail will co-exist.
The best way to test if companies are using social media is to complain about them.
Innovation and IT outsourcing vendors…go hand in hand?
Are clever pseudonyms and fake names on the Internet about to become a thing of the past?